NOC Engineer

Career Path: How to Become a NOC Engineer

You have chosen your career and are now ready to go down the path of becoming a NOC (Network Operations Center) Engineer. Companies and governments are in constant need of IT technicians to directly support their efforts of remote monitoring and management of software and hardware in complex networking environments. Besides desks for engineers to operate, these datacenters usually contain servers and other equipment for maintaining the network.

Getting Through the Door
To land an entry-level job as a NOC Engineer or Technician, you will need to have obtained some basic skills. Knowing how to install, configure and manage a computer networking system is a must for the job. You can expect to work in a team environment, so having good interpersonal and communication skills are needed. In an entry-level position, you may also have a customer service role that involves answering technical questions and emails, as well as troubleshooting applications within the network.
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